Front or rear?
you need a new brake booster
if the check brake light is on, the accumulator is bad. this part will run 700.00for a rebuilt one. the other option is to replace the brake system with a non anti-lock brake system
If you mean the brake light, you just have to change the bulb or bulbs.
1998 Lincoln Mark VIII brake light bulb replacement: Purchase the correct replacement brake light bulb(s) first, before disassembling the vehicle. See sources and related links below for replacement brake light bulb information. Then consult your owner's manual for the replacement procedure. As simple as it sounds, the owner's manual is the best place to start for brake light bulb replacement instructions and illustrations. You may want to consider replacing both left and right at the same time in order to keep brightness and color equal (optional).
Have you checked the brake fluid level in the master cylinder it may be low causing a light to come on . i did the level is ok.
in the panel located on side of dashboard open drivers door to see it
Probably the best bet is to check on E-Bay
If you're asking about the ones at the corner, the whole housing comes out to get to the bulbs. Just pull back the carpet lining, and you should see a few nuts that hold the housing in place. If you're referring to the high mounted brake light in the rear window, that should be accessible from the trunk.
If you mean the brake light that is on the inside of the car, the top pops off and then you can see the bulbs, if you mean the tail light, you have to open the trunk and remove the rug like covering so you can see where the bulbs go. Turn the bulb casing that is burned out and replace the bulb. Same is done for the turn signal.
Open Trunk Remover carpeting from the side the light is burned out Acquire socket (IIRC, 10 mm) and ratchet. Inscrew the bolts holding the light assmebly Remobe Light Assembly from vehicle Unplug wiring harness replace bulb Installation is reverse or removal.
If its the same as the mark viii then you would have to replace the bulb by removing the light that is held in with 4 or 5 screws then you can take out all wires and bulbs you need to.
Go to www.markviii.org then to technical help they will guide you to a site where you can order a ballast.
Could be one of two things: 1. Check your tail light fuse and your brake switch fuse; 2. If your fuses are good it's probably your brake lamp switch located behind your brake pedal.
Could be a partly frozen caliber.
You have to replace it.
CHECK the brAKE LIGHT SWICTH ABOVE THE PEDAL ANOUT 10 inches ,by chech see rear brake lights work. CHECK the brAKE LIGHT SWICTH ABOVE THE PEDAL ANOUT 10 inches ,by chech see rear brake lights work.
There is only one ABS brake pump motor recommended for the 1990 Lincoln Mark VII. The ABS pump is manufactured by three different companies.
Lincoln did not offer a Mark VII in 1993.. Lincoln stopped production in 1992. Then started the Mark VIII in 1993
right above the brake pedal on the left
Under the dash by the emergency brake
I had that problem too and all that i did was put more brake fluid i the resivior. It could be caused by a bad wheel sensor. i.e. loose or broken wires, or mounting.
hi man i am awsome
You have to replace with springs and shocks
This link has detailed instructions and photos http:/www.lincolnvscadillac.com/tech/lincoln-mark-viii/Thermostat-Replacement/index.htm